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Drone Workshop

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Sky Breakers Drone Workshop

All high school and middle school students are invited to learn more about drones from ULM's very own Unmanned Aircraft Systems Management professors at the Sky Breakers Drone Workshops! Both Drone Workshops are free to the public. Learn about drone technology and its subsystems, get hands-on experience flying drones, and enjoy free breakfast and lunch. Registration is required. The March 4 workshop is geared toward high school students and the April 1 workshop is geared toward middle school students, though any high school or middle school student is welcome to attend either date.

Questions? Contact David King ( or Darrion Flunder-Jenkins ( for more information.

Saturday, March 4

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Hemphill Hall

Register for March 4 Workshop


Saturday, April 1

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Hemphill Hall

Register for April 1 Workshop

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems Management

ULM has a long and proud history in Aviation. In 1939, ULM (then Northeast Junior College) became one of 404 colleges to participate in the Civilian Pilot Training Program to train pilots for World War II. In 1967, Northeast offered the first four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation.  The program has traditionally followed a path of continuous improvement and innovation, and the current program maintains that tradition. ULM’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Management program is innovative and provides students with an analytical foundation to interpret data collected from the use of sUAS.  The program also continues to provide a solid foundation in business and aviation, creating a unique program and a variety of career opportunities for students.

Learn more about studying Unmanned Aircraft Systems Management at ULM here.